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Paula
2-4-2014 15:10
method described above. I have dreppod a few swears on twitter (and by a few I mean less than .5% of my total tweets). Right at the top of my blog, next to my bio photo I tell my readers, Sometimes I swear like a sailor you've been warned. Interestingly enough, creating a Sailor Alert graphic to place at the top of blog posts that contain curses is on my to-do list this week. I want to give my readers a heads-up that curses are coming their way if they continue to read, and allow them the choice to opt out of the post of they so choose. When it comes to my kids and any other kids that are around me words like stupid, freakin', flippin', bull-snot, or any deviation of a swear or allusion to a swear are off limits. My kids have been hearing me cuss since they were babies. Let me be clear. I don't swear at my children. They may hear me say, $hi7!, I forgot we had to go to the bank! but never, Why are you being a $hi7?!! It's a fine line but an important distinction in my mind. My boys are 13 and 9 now, and I know that my 13 year old swears but he has never done it in front of me and actually he refuses to. I have explained to the boys since they were babies that adults get to swear because they are old enough to know the time and place to swear, children, do not have enough experience in the world to make that distinction. It works for our family. This brings us back full circle to your point is a blog post the time and place to swear? My answer is, for me, yes. It's my blog. Is social media the time and place to swear? For me? Not really. I find it to be disrespectful to swear in comments on other people's blogs, or on facebook or twitter. I had to make a decision the first time I swore on my blog it was hard but I decided to be, well, just me. Like it or leave it. In fact, Jenny Lawson (The Bloggess) is the person who really made swearing on your own blog resonate with me. It's who she is, and frankly, her posts wouldn't be the same without them. You can't read without laughing your proverbial @$$ off if the caption under the photo of that giant metal chicken at her front door was any different.If your worried about the kids seeing those swears on screen, then minimize the window, read the post when they aren't around, or just don't read. To me it's no different than waiting to watch a PG-13 or Rated-R movie when the kids aren't around. We swearing bloggers know the risk and un

Margarita
1-4-2014 16:53
I think this is the due to the popularity of C and X seiers of Nokia Cell Phones which have built in Ovi Store and let the user to download stuff without any difficulty. Well, this is real business rise of your one best product can also make your other services popular.

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